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“OK. Let's go with that then.”
“Let's... talk about that offline.”
“Can everyone go ahead and take a seat, and let's get started.”
“Moving on, let's review the differences between ionic and covalent bonds.”
“Let's say you go up on stage and completely bomb. So what? What's the worst that can happen?”
“Let's not jump to conclusions.”
“Let's say that someone breaks into your house and tries to attack you. What would you do?”
“Let's take a look at that.”
“Let's crack open a window and get some fresh air in here.”
“OK, so for the sake of discussion, let's say that the flight is a thousand bucks each.”
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